Great (Separate page)

      Quotations from the writings of Ellen G. White with the word . . .

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                The  word  'Great'  appears  1xxx  times in the writings of Ellen G. White      See page on original site 

           +     Great blindness   (  )       

           +     Great Controversy  (  )   >  The Great Controversy  (the book)

           +     Great crisis  (  )

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           +     Great darkness  (  )

           +     Great deliverance  (  ) 

           +     Great delusion  (  )

           +     Great


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         +     Greatest danger  (  )

             Greatest        (  )

         +     Greatest need  (  )                 Article about Greatest Need of the Church   ( RH 1887 )


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            +     Real greatness   ( 19 )  >      

            +    True greatness    ( 75 )


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  Strength of character consists of two things -- power of will and power of self-control. Many youth mistake strong, uncontrolled passion for strength of character; but the truth is that he who is mastered by his passions is a weak man. The real greatness and nobility of the man is measured by the power of the feelings that he subdues, not by the power of the feelings that subdue him. The strongest man is he, who, while sensitive to abuse, will yet restrain passion and forgive his enemies. Such men are true heroes.  {4T 656.1}  {YI, December 7, 1899 par. 8}


  Very tenderly, yet with solemn emphasis, Jesus tried to correct the evil. He showed what is the principle that bears sway in the kingdom of heaven, and in what true greatness consists, as estimated by the standard of the courts above. Those who were actuated by pride and love of distinction were thinking of themselves, and of the rewards they were to have, rather than how they were to render back to God the gifts they had received. They would have no place in the kingdom of heaven, for they were identified with the ranks of Satan.  Desire of Ages, page 436.2


Physically, Samson was the strongest man upon the earth; but in self-control, integrity, and firmness, he was one of the weakest of men. Many mistake strong passions for a strong character, but the truth is that he who is mastered by his passions is a weak man. The real greatness of the man is measured by the power of the feelings that he controls, not by those that control him.  {CC 132.3}  Patriarchs and Prophets, page 567.3






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